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    Best option for 6x8 speakers???

    im looking for some 6x8 speakers or 5x7.
    im just looking for a very nice rich sound. i already have 2 12" in the back i dont need them with that much bass. (i don't have a budget by the way)
    im powering them with the head unit
    What speakers would you recomend me?







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    Re: Best option for 6x8 speakers???

    A set of 5 1/4" or 6.5" components on an adapter plate and a small amp to power them. Will sound tons better than any oval speaker out there.



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    Re: Best option for 6x8 speakers???

    I have infinitys and i love them they are 6x8 not too expensive either.




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    Re: Best option for 6x8 speakers???

    Quote Originally Posted by helotaxi View Post
    A set of 5 1/4" or 6.5" components on an adapter plate and a small amp to power them. Will sound tons better than any oval speaker out there.
    Perhaps not... there are some very good coaxes out there these days, and even some oval components available that are very good.



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    Re: Best option for 6x8 speakers???

    And to the OP, the Pioneer Revs generally get pretty good reviews.



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    Re: Best option for 6x8 speakers???

    x2 on the REVs. hit up onlinecarstereo.com for them or the Premier variants.



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    Re: Best option for 6x8 speakers???

    Quote Originally Posted by tRdoc View Post
    even some oval components available that are very good.
    please tell me where these are!!! i need a set for my rear fill



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    Re: Best option for 6x8 speakers???

    Quote Originally Posted by KINGDELL91 View Post
    please tell me where these are!!! i need a set for my rear fill
    There's a handful of them.



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    Re: Best option for 6x8 speakers???

    anybody know how long it takes for an order to come in from onlinecarstereo.com? I ordered some hifonics 6x9's for my rear deck and 2 sets of 5 1/4 components for the doors. If the 6x9's sound good I'll be buying matching 6x8's for the front doors.



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    Re: Best option for 6x8 speakers???

    Quote Originally Posted by DejaWiz View Post
    x2 on the REVs. hit up onlinecarstereo.com for them or the Premier variants.
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    Re: Best option for 6x8 speakers???

    Quote Originally Posted by DejaWiz View Post
    There's a handful of them.
    i know all about OCS.com thought you knew something a lil better!!!thanks!!!



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    Re: Best option for 6x8 speakers???

    Quote Originally Posted by KINGDELL91 View Post
    i know all about OCS.com thought you knew something a lil better!!!thanks!!!
    I can't know how a speaker will sound to your ears.



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    Re: Best option for 6x8 speakers???

    Another vote on the REVs. Great speakers for a decent price.




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    Re: Best option for 6x8 speakers???

    Quote Originally Posted by DejaWiz View Post
    I can't know how a speaker will sound to your ears.
    very true!!!



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    Re: Best option for 6x8 speakers???

    No budget and you would go with 6x8s over a good set of 6.5" comps...ok...



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